Alienatio licet prohibeatur, consensu tamen omnium in quorum favorem prohibita est, potest fieri

While alienation may be restrained, yet it may be made with the consent of all those in whose favor it was restrained. The maxim is one of the common law, and the principle of it is no less applicable in equity. See Seip's Estate, 1 Pa Dist 26.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • Consensu (law) — Consensu, a Latin term meaning with consent, appears in several legal Latin constructions: Alienatio licet prohibeatur, consensu tamen omnium in quorum favorem prohibita est, potest fieri. While alienation may be restrained, yet it may be made… …   Wikipedia


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